Join the Green Living Project for their 3rd annual film premiere of a collection of global and domestic sustainability short films.
Experience their expedition team’s journey and witness the latest efforts in sustainable tourism, adventure travel, wildlife conservation, community education, sustainable food and more. Learn about exciting travel destinations and discover ways you can get involved. Featured films include shorts from Belize, Guatemala and the U.S.
Wilder Utopia and Burbank Green Alliance are hosting a screening of “Tipping Point- The End of Oil” with a discussion on the Alberta Tar Sands and how to heal our impact (by breaking the addiction to fossil fuels).
This is a rare chance to hear First Nations Activist and Actress Tantoo Cardinal. She will be discussing “The Impact of the Tar Sands on Indigenous Cultures and Healing Our Mother Earth Connection.” The discussion also includes Rae Breaux, national organizer for Tar Sands Action who will speak on “Nonviolent Resistance and the Future of the Keystone XL Pipeline.”
Join Santa Monica High School's Heal the Bay/Surfrider Club for their first paddle out for a Bag Free LA! Please paddle out and show your support. Surfers welcome. A group photo will be taken at 11 a.m.
A Day Without a Bag is an educational grassroots event coordinated by Heal the Bay that involves cities throughout Los Angeles County. The impact of plastic on the marine environment and our communities is significant and we have the option to dramatically reduce the use of plastic bags.
October 17, 2011 - 8:30am - October 18, 2011 - 4:00pm
Green california schools summit & expo
The Green California Schools Summit is organized by the non-profit Green Technology, a partner with Cal/EPA for EEI outreach and teacher training.
The Summit offers a once-a-year chance to get up to date on the technologies, policies, teaching strategies and best practices that are contributing to progress in the Golden State’s green schools movement.